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Panama Hotel Votes to Drop Trump, But His Company Won't Go

Panama Hotel Votes to Drop Trump, But His Company Won't Go

An attempt to oust President Donald Trump's hotel business from managing a luxury hotel in Panama has turned bitter, with accusations of financial misconduct.Trump Hotels is contesting its firing, and
WHO: All of Sao Paulo State at Risk for Yellow Fever

WHO: All of Sao Paulo State at Risk for Yellow Fever

The World Health Organization has added all of Sao Paulo state to its list of areas at risk for yellow fever.That puts the megacity of Sao Paulo on the list and means that the organization is
Venezuelan rebel police officer killed in shootout with special forces

Venezuelan rebel police officer killed in shootout with special forces

Óscar Pérez led helicopter attack on supreme court last JunePérez posted video during shootout saying he wanted to surrenderA rebellious police officer who led a brazen attack in Caracas last year was
Pope Francis expresses 'pain and shame' for clergy's sexual abuse of children

Pope Francis expresses 'pain and shame' for clergy's sexual abuse of children

‘We commit ourselves to ensuring such things do not happen again’ Pontiff’s Chile visit overshadowed by firebombing of nine churchesPope Francis has admitted his “pain and shame” over the sexual abuse
Venezuela: Rogue Pilot Oscar Perez Killed

Venezuela: Rogue Pilot Oscar Perez Killed

Venezuela's government says rogue pilot Oscar Perez was among seven "terrorists" killed in an operation to arrest him Monday.Interior minister Nestor Reverol said Tuesday seven members of a "terrorist
Uruguay Probing Whether Ex-Guantanamo Detainee Has IS Ties

Uruguay Probing Whether Ex-Guantanamo Detainee Has IS Ties

Police in Uruguay are investigating whether a former Guantanamo detainee who was granted refuge there is a member of the extremist Islamic State group.The alleged militant is a Syrian national named
Argentina Pushes Back Labor Reform Debate as Opposition Grows

Argentina Pushes Back Labor Reform Debate as Opposition Grows

Argentina will not call extraordinary congressional sessions in February, Cabinet Chief Marcos Pena said in a press conference on Tuesday, effectively postponing the debate over a planned labor reform
Colombian Army Helicopter Crash Kills 10

Colombian Army Helicopter Crash Kills 10

Ten people were killed when a Colombian army helicopter crashed near the town of Segovia, in northern Antioquia province, on Tuesday, the army said.The Russian-made MI-17 helicopter, carrying eight
Brazil's Caixa Suspends VPs After Presidential Order

Brazil's Caixa Suspends VPs After Presidential Order

Brazilian state lender Caixa Economic Federal suspended four of its vice presidents on Tuesday after President Michel Temer called on them to step down and defend themselves from accusations of
Dinosaur Tail to Be Auctioned for Mexico Quake Reconstruction

Dinosaur Tail to Be Auctioned for Mexico Quake Reconstruction

A fossilized dinosaur tail discovered in Morocco will be auctioned on Tuesday night in Mexico to raise funds for the reconstruction of thousands of schools damaged by two earthquakes that struck the
Ex-Ecuador Leader Correa Leaves Leftist Ruling Party

Ex-Ecuador Leader Correa Leaves Leftist Ruling Party

Former President Rafael Correa on Tuesday left the political party that helped cement his rise to power in Ecuador, the latest step in a fight with the man he chose to succeed him and continue his
Mexican Car Sales Slump Ahead of Election

Mexican Car Sales Slump Ahead of Election

Car dealerships in Mexico City have kicked off the new year offering "clearance sales" and free insurance as 2017 models collect dust on their lots, a reminder that consumer nerves over high interest
El Salvador Eyes Work Scheme with Qatar for Migrants Facing Exit from US

El Salvador Eyes Work Scheme with Qatar for Migrants Facing Exit from US

El Salvador is discussing a deal with Qatar under which Salvadoran migrants facing the loss of their right to stay in the United States could live and work temporarily in the Middle Eastern country,
Pope Meets Victims of Child Sexual Abuse in Chile, ‘Cries With Them’

Pope Meets Victims of Child Sexual Abuse in Chile, ‘Cries With Them’

Pope Francis publicly expressed “pain and shame” on Tuesday over the rape and molestation of children by priests in Chile and later listened, prayed and cried at a private meeting with victims.Vatican
Gourmet Chocolate Becomes Economic Lifeline in Venezuela

Gourmet Chocolate Becomes Economic Lifeline in Venezuela

In a modest apartment near a Caracas slum, nutrition professor Nancy Silva and four aids spread rich, dark Venezuelan cocoa on a stone counter to make chocolate bars to be sold in local shops that
World's longest underwater cave system discovered in Mexico by divers

World's longest underwater cave system discovered in Mexico by divers

Discovery of 347km-long cave by the Gran Acuifero Maya project could shed light on Mayan historyA group of divers has connected two underwater caverns in eastern Mexico to reveal what is believed to
Diplomats Agree In Vancouver To Increase Pressure On North Korea

Diplomats Agree In Vancouver To Increase Pressure On North Korea

Foreign ministers from 20 nations say the international community must improve the effectiveness of existing sanctions against North Korea until it abandons its nuclear weapons program. The top
Pope Francis Presides Over Mass in Chilean Region of Centuries-Old Conflict

Pope Francis Presides Over Mass in Chilean Region of Centuries-Old Conflict

Pope Francis presided Wednesday over an open air Mass at an air base in the Chilean town of Temuco, the heart of a centuries-old conflict with indigenous people and on land that was taken from them in
From prudish Victorians to arrows in the eye  – 10 things from history everyone gets wrong

From prudish Victorians to arrows in the eye – 10 things from history everyone gets wrong

This week we were told that rats didn’t spread the plague, the Aztecs weren’t wiped out by smallpox and ‘whipping boys’ may never have actually existed. So what other ‘facts’ are historically

At Least 30 Bodies Said Found in Clandestine Mexico Graves

Authorities in the Pacific coast Mexican state of Nayarit say they are investigating the remains of at least 30 people found in a series of clandestine graves.The Nayarit state prosecutor's office